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CCSD School Clinics Benefit from Northside Hospital Cherokee Support CCSD NHC Donation 10 17 18

Thanks to the support of partner Northside Hospital Cherokee, the Cherokee County School District received EpiPens at no cost for all of its schools!  The cost of the pens – auto-injectors that can be life-saving in cases of serious allergic reaction - was waived by manufacturer, Mylan, as part of its EpiPen4Schools program.  CCSD’s participation in the program was made possible by NHC Dr. Matthew Simmons, who wrote prescriptions for each school’s clinic. 

CCSD Class of 2018 Excels on ACT! CCSD ACT 2018 Results Graphic

More Cherokee County School District Class of 2018 students took the ACT exam than any previous class, while maintaining impressive averages and exceeding National and State averages!

Results released today show the Class of 2018 posted an excellent overall score of 23, while a record number took the challenging college entrance and placement examination: 1,809 students -- an 11-percent increase from the previous year.  The score ranks CCSD third among metro Atlanta counties and seventh in Georgia – out of 180 school districts!

CCSD Hosting PTA Program on Drug Addiction & Prevention Oct. 24 Sheriff Frank Reynolds

The Cherokee County School District next week will host a PTA-sponsored program for parents on drug addiction and prevention with guest speakers including Cherokee Sheriff Frank Reynolds.

Thank You Home Depot Volunteers

HD Volunteers

Volunteers from the Home Depot Call Center in Kennesaw came out to OGES to help us with our farm to table garden.  They planted chives, brocolli, cilantro and red leaf lettuce. 

 

5th Grader Calib Poses with his Catch of the Day!

Catch of the Day

Students in Ms. Lammers' art class learned about the traditional Japanese method of printmaking, Gyotaku. Be sure to ask your child about the process.

Learning in the Star Lab

Star Lab

Ms. Chester's and Ms. Elloy's 4th grade students had the unique opportunity to study in the CCSD travelling Star Lab Planetarium. We viewed the moon phases during each position of the moon as it orbits Earth.

Cherokee Sheriff's Office Seeking More School Crossing Guards! Sheriff Office Crossing Guard Ad 10 11 18

The Cherokee Sheriff's Office is seeking more dedicated crossing guards to protect our students and keep traffic moving safely around our schools! #SafeCherokee

Reflections Competition Reception

Reception Pics

Here are three of  our students who competed in the OGES Reflections Competition and have qualified to move on th the County Competition. Good Luck! 

3rd Grade Chorus Performance

Ms Johnson's 3rd grade students performing thier Explorers Chorus Concert.3rd Grade Chorus

Ms. Johnson, and her 3rd grade students performing at their Explores Chorus Concert.

4th Grade Reading Goals

Reading Goals

Two of Ms. McCravy's 4th grade students, Miguel Perez and Camilla Rocha, stand confident with their reading Goals. We know you will reach your goals and become even better readers!

The OGES 2018-19 Reading Team

Reading Team

We are proud to introduce the 2018-19 OGES Reading Team.Gavin, Marcus, Nathaniel, James, Bradley, Jeremy, Courtney, and Sydnee.

Thank You Floor and Decor

Floor and Decor

William Treadwell and Kaleigh Bagwell, professionals from Floor & Decor, took time out of their busy schedule to speak with our 5th grader students about graphic design & photography as a career in art.

Express Gateway Now Open for Updating Student Information express gateway logo

Express Gateway update portal, the online system for parents to change address, phone, email or important information for students, is now available. 

CCSD's "Kickin' It With Kale" for Farm to School Month! Jaxsen Waldrop and Kale

CCSD is participating in Georgia’s Farm to School month celebration with special menu items including a Kickin’ it with Kale salad on Wednesday!  

The fresh kale, cranberry and apple salad will be available throughout CCSD cafeterias as a side choice at lunch on Wednesday, with students encouraged to try kale, a vegetable that may be new to them. 

Beekeepers Visit OGES

Bee KeeperBobby Thanepohn and Ryan MacDonald from Bobee MacBee, came to OGES to share their expertise and love of all thing BEES with 4th grades students. Students in Ms. Cooks STEAM PBL class enjoyed this hands-on experience and were delighted with the presentation.

1st Chorus Practice

Chorus practiceMrs. Johnson has her first practice with this year's chorus group and they sound amazing already. Way to go Mrs. Johnson and your talented chorus!

Digital Learning

Writing

Ms. Owen's 3rd grade is using canvas to reply to discussions for our ELA RCD task one. The students had to determine the moral and give evidence from the text supporting their moral. 

Kindergarten Community Helper Visit

nurse Visit

Ms. Broder's Kindergarten class is studying community helpers for their RCD Unit 1 in social studies. Nurse Nadia, a community helper and our school nurse, viisited their classroom with her patient doll "Organa."

Meet Robert Harris, a new EIP teacher at OGES

I joined the Oak Grove staff as an EIP teacher this year but was a familiar face around the school since January of last year when I came on staff as an instructional paraprofessional. Robert Harris

PTA Hard at Work

YOUR Oak Grove PTA Board Members planning some AWESOME events this year.PTA August Meeting

5th Grade "I Can Power Statements"

5th Grade we can statementsRoxana Carrillo-Acevedo and Calib Rogers prodly hold their, "I Can Power Statements." At the beginning of the school year, 5th grade students created goals to help motivate them academically.

 

Peppy Lemon Chicken?

Lemon Chicken

Will Peppy Lemon Chicken be featured on the OGES lunch menu?

Hometown Hero Award

Ms. Zaski

Garth Gherardini, presents our outstanding paraprofessional, Ms. Amy Zaski, with a Hometown Hero award.

OGES New 2018-19 School Advisory Council

OGES School Advisory Council

Who has the best School Advisory Council? We do! Great things are happening at the Grove - just ask one of us.

Meet Ms. Shelby Gibbs

ShelbyHi! My name is Shelby Gibbs. I graduated from Reinhardt University in May of 2017. This is my first teaching position, and I am so thankful and excited to work at Oak Grove. I have been married for 2 years, and we are currently awaiting the arrival of our first baby boy coming this month. I love this school and my students, and I cannot wait to see what the future

1st Grade Student Reading Goals

Student reading goals

Students from Ms. Burgess' 1st Grade classroom were given the task to set their own reading goals. 

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